Marginalia — Mick: A Life of Randolph Stow

Mick and The Unknown Judith Wright shortlisted for the National Biography Award

Georgina Arnott Mick: A life of Randolph Stow Suzanne Falkiner The National Biography Award The Unknown Judith Wright

Mick and The Unknown Judith Wright shortlisted for the National Biography Award

Mick: A life of Randolph Stow, and The Unknown Judith Wright, are in the running for the National Biography Award 2017.

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Getting to know Mick: Suzanne Falkiner on writing the first biography of Randolph Stow

Mick: A Life of Randolph Stow Perth Writers Festival PWF16 Randolph Stow Suzanne Falkiner

Getting to know Mick: Suzanne Falkiner on writing the first biography of Randolph Stow

Randolph Stow at Adelaide University, October 1957

Collection: ABC publicity photograph: National Archives of Australia NAA

One of the surprising things about researching the life of Randolph Stow is to find out how surprising he is. Outside Western Australia at least, and among those who remember him at all, people tend to think of him as a quiet recluse, associated in his childhood with rural Geraldton, who in later life lived in an English backwater and, after writing a handful of extraordinary novels, gradually retreated from public life.

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